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haunt the ravens. keith mills explains coming up in sports. is here toer weather start the week. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good monday morning. i'm stan stovall. >> i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. >> 6:01. time for traffic and weather together on the 1's.. >> we did not get the worst of it. 10 inches of rain in parts of pennsylvania. we do not get the worst of it. it is all gone now. it may look a little dreary. we have a few clouds around
baltimore right now. we will make it into the upper 60's this afternoon. we will get some sunshine to bake through. roads.o check the >> good morning. already some accidents out there. we are still dealing with some problems. we have a crash on 95 in howard county. it looks like traffic is building at 100. a couple more accidents -- one at route 32 in glenallan. we have a closure in anne arundel county on 450. just be careful and watch for detours. 11 minutes on the north side. 55 miles per hour on the j.f.x.
no problems to report at ruxton road. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. congress is scheduled to be back in session today. >> they are working to make a deal. >> tara mergener has the latest on the shutdown. good morning. >> the budget impasse is entering its third week and there is still no sign of a deal on capitol hill. in three days the u.s. could start default thing on its debt. cautious optimism as senate leaders head back to capitol hill still at odds over reopening federal agencies. >> i am hopeful we will get negotiations. >> a rare session on sunday led nowhere.
they continue trying to work a deal. >> we had a redemptive conversation this afternoon. the divide remains with republicans refusing to man's to scale back deep automatic spending cuts known as the sequester. a we are borrowing more than million dollars every minute. we do have to address that. >> world financial markets are increasingly on edge. >> they are concerned because the u.s. is the biggest economy in the world and because it trades with all of them and has financial consequences for them as well. >> whatever deal the senate might reach still has to be up through by the house. they returned to work this afternoon.
tara mergener, wbal-tv 11 news. >> maryland attorney doug gansler is expected to announce his running mate in his campaign for governor. we will have more on his announcement later today at 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. meanwhile, gensler is dealing with what he calls a political attack. sarah sampson joins us to explain this still developing story. good morning. >> good morning. doug gansler will announce his running mate in baltimore later today. there are accusations that he disregarded the law while in state vehicles. the reports were printed in "the washington post" over the
weekend. several documents alleged he ordered troopers to speed and use lights and sirens to bypass traffic on the shoulder. it one case he insisted on driving himself and used the lights with sirens to run four red lights. in 2011, a lieutenant argued that the problem existed for years and occurred on a daily basis. the campaign says the matter has been settled and is now being used as a political attack. gansler said in a statement -- "the picture being painted by these documents is not an accurate reflection of reality. i deeply respect the troopers. the job they do in protecting me in the public. a few of the troopers that provided me rides felt my backseat driving made them uncomfortable, and for that i apologize." a spokesman said the problem began when he felt he was being given second-tier or inexperienced troopers. a police spokesman says there are no second-tier or
inexperienced troopers in the executive protection. sarah sampson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a close will close down after 83 years and is blaming the bottle tax. tax wasr said the necessary to help raise hundreds of millions of dollars for city schools. he said the mayor did not listen to small business owners. "i am deeply saddened to learn "hat they will be closing. >> 6:07. 57 degrees at the airport.
>> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. joins us liveales from new york. >> good morning. we will have the breaking news in los angeles. a small bomb explodes inside an airport bathroom. new sketches of a man sought in the disappearance of a girl. did he get cold feet? an actor dropped out of a movie.
whoparents of four kids just added quintuplets to the family. we will meet them all in just a few minutes. can you imagine? back to you. >> better them than me. we will see you at 7:00. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we have a couple of accidents already. there may be some delays forming. traffica live look at where traffic is building on 95 southbound. route 32, we have another accident. anne arundel county, route 450 is still close the cost of a crash. 11 minutes on the north side.
still looking good from 95 over towards the 83's. this is outer loop traffic over towards baltimore national pike. a nice start on the major roadways with those exceptions. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. ava marie joins us live. >> good morning. temperatures in the mid-50's. the air has gotten drier. it should be a much drier day. i am live at the jewish community center in owings mills. they are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the march on washington that help to celebrate the freeing of soviet jews. this is something people can talk about the whole week. you guys have a cool event
happening this thursday. it is a little bit of comedy and vodka tasting. >> we have an event on thursday at 7:30. it will be a night of food and committee development. and is a joint program helping the needs around the world in the soviet union. >> what kind of vodka will be at the event? >> hopefully a good selection. >> there'll also be food tasting as well. we'll talk about russian foods. these are desserts. >> this is a sampling of russian desserts. these are covered in chocolate. these are usually honey-covered pastries.
this is a giant russian pretzel. it is nice to dip. >> wow. impressive. these are impressive. i want to try one. mmm. i have had these around easter time. i want to give the key information. thursday -- >> 7;30. g/together.ted.or >> very good. it is probably better they had me do the dessert tasting rather than the vodka tasting. >> it sounds like a wonderful event. bring me back some of those things that look like snowballs. what are they called? >> they are called --
>> i will call them snowballs. thank you. it all looks good. we have a cloud cover to start the day. i do not expect any precipitation. we will finally get some quiet conditions. i do believe the clouds will wake up and we will get some sunshine later this afternoon. we have high pressure in new england. we have a low level wind going. it has been going for the last 24, 48 hours. flood advisories are in effect. the high tides could come in a foot above average. could be some minor flooding. there is some rain offshore. we will wind up with dry weather today. the clouds are going to break
up. high temperatures between 65 and 70 degrees, turning out to be a nice day. i nice day again tomorrow. clouds come back later this week -- a nice day again tomorrow. there will be hit and miss showers wednesday through friday with high temperatures around 70. >> flights are back to normal this morning after reports of an explosion slow down air traffic. a plastic bottle cost that explosion on sunday. police have no suspects at this time. a missing teenager is waking up back at home. a total of nine teenagers went missing on friday. four boys were found on saturday.
the remaining five were found on sunday. the state of new york has agreed to handle the cost of the statue of liberty. the shut down and started earlier this month. india, more than 100 died after a stampede near a temple. rumors spread the bridge was collapsing and people began running. at least 109 people died. 50 people died in the same village back in 2006. upgradeu are due for an and want a new phone, best buy has a deal for you.
they'll guarantee a credit if you trade in any working smartphone. there is a catch. you have to put that credit to a new iphone. you need to be eligible for an upgrade through your carrier. georgetown university is offering free classes for federal workers. the classes are aimed directly toward government workers with topics focusing on social media. each worker is limited to one class each. this is the second time the school has offered free classes to workers since the shutdown began. jetblue wants to let bills passed in washington and is taking to the airport. we have more with our bloomberg business report. good morning, deborah.
>> the markets not looking so pretty as we head closer to the opening bill. the dow jones indicating a drop of about 100 points. this is over worries over reaching the debt limit. we did have a higher close on friday. lots of volatility as the talks drag on. shares of chipotle rolling out some big games on friday. an analyst said the chain has a promising opportunity to expand into the breakfast category. chipotle has no official plans to introduce breakfast item. are coming to baltimore. look for them starting on october 21.
jetblue known for its interesting promotions. this one is called keep the bills moving. customers with the first name bill will receive a complimentary speed past because of the shutdown. customers named bill can head through security faster when flying out of bwi and also out of washington dulles or reagan national. one good thing coming out of the budget impasse. reporting live for wbal-tv 11 news. >> did you know my middle name is bill? it is now. it is really not. thank you and have a great day. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. be billbody is going to on jetblue.
we have some cloud cover to start the day. let's look at the current conditions. 56 in white marsh. the school day forecast -- give the kids a light jacket. high temperatures in the upper 60's. seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> good morning. no completely problem free -- n ot completely problem free. speeds of 54 miles per hour. up to speeds and it appears this accident is off the shoulder. you may find some delays at route 32 because of a crash. another one along 450 near south haven road. watch for those detours this morning. traveling through ellicott city
looks good. 795 southbound delays on and building down to the beltway. we will keep you posted on the west side as well. it is columbus day. no delays on light rail or metro. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> 6:22. some major drama last night in boston. keith mills have highlights. that is coming up in sports. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers.
>> good morning. the ravens defense played well enough to win yesterday. joe flacco said the offense did not. he said you cannot play that badly for that long and expect to win the game. 19-17, they lose to the packers. they choose to go for it on fourth down. end of the half. joe fumble to set up a green bay field goal. aaron rodgers to jordy nelson,
64 yards. , the ravensat found their offense. joe flacco -- fourth and 21. more offense. certainly almost as big. tandon doss, 63 yards. 19-17. the ravens need a stop. 52 yard gain from aaron rodgers . joe flacco said the ravens offense not good enough to win. >> you to get first downs on first and second down. we are getting one big chunk and that puts us back in third down and long situations. >> ravens in pittsburgh on
sunday. the redskins lose to dallas last night. and then there is what happened in boston last night. the red sox comeback and beat the tigers after tom brady comes back and the patriots beat the saints. miguel cabrera, two-run home run. 2-0 detroit. 5-1. red sox load the bases. watch torii hunter. into the bullpen. he doesn't catch it. that is a grand slam to tie the game. ninth inning, this goes up that left field. red sox win to even the series. ravens treading water with the steelers coming up sunday. lots
>> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm mindy basara. > >> i'm stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> no sign of resolution in the government shut down just yet. just three more days before we reach the debt ceiling. >> construction begins on the streets around the new horseshoe casino. crews will work to relocate utility lines near russell street and other nearby roads. that work. at special events around m&t bank stadium. officers will be close to observe the columbus
day holiday. most state offices will be closed today. 6:31.you have to work, time for traffic and weather together on the 1's. let's begin with tony. >> the weather knows no holiday. the clouds are going to break up and it will turn out to be a nice day. 57 at the airport. the clouds will break up and the temperatures will move into the upper 60's this afternoon. time to check the roads. >> good morning. volume is a little bit lighter but we do have some problems. have annd 95 at 175, we accident. another one on fourth 50 in anne arundel county. windsor mill road, watch for
possible delays. building volume at southbound 29 in ellicott city. checking out just fine on the north and west sides of the beltway. this is southbound traffic down to the beltway. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. maryland attorney doug gansler is expected to announce his running mate today in baltimore. >> he is in the middle of a he said/they said with some police officials. >> sarah sampson has more. >> good morning. doug gansler will announce his running mate in baltimore later today. there are accusations that he disregarded the law while in state vehicles. the reports were printed in "the
washington post" over the weekend. several documents alleged he ordered troopers to speed and use lights and sirens to bypass traffic on the shoulder. it one case he insisted on driving himself and used the lights with sirens to run four red lights. in 2011, a lieutenant argued that the problem existed for years and occurred on a daily basis. the campaign says the matter has been settled and is now being used as a political attack. gansler said in a statement -- "the picture being painted by these documents is not an accurate reflection of reality. i deeply respect the soopers and the job they do in protecting me and the public. a few of the troopers that provided me rides felt my backseat driving made them uncomfortable, and for that i apologize." a spokesman said the problem began when gansler felt he was being given second-tier or
inexperienced troopers. a police spokesman says there are no second-tier or inexperienced troopers in the executive protection. sarah sampson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. the food stamp system is back up and running after it was shut down over the weekend. xerox said there was a computer glitch that was in no way connected to the government shut down. of e-mails onzens saturday saying the food stamps were not working. school can high boast having maryland's best teacher. shawn mccollum was named the maryland teacher of the year. he will travel around the state and president obama will honor hand in the spring and he will compete to be national teacher
of the year. another local teacher earned a major honor. it.ook him 26.2 miles to do >> dave berdan won this year's baltimore marathon. it is the first time a baltimore resident won th e race. >> the woman's winner is elizabeth perry from pittsburgh. she said her goal was to finish the race under three hours and she did just that. ae was asked if she is steelers fan because she is from pittsburgh but she said, "nope, i'm not." majorwas one of the first marathons held since boston's marathon.
erica brannock was the honorary starter and helped held the finish tape. >> a big success for the weekend. 6:35. >> ava marie joins us live in owings mills. >> good morning. this is part of a weeklong celebration. one of the big things that is happening, they are bringing in all kinds of artists, including an electric violinist. you are known any baltimore community but you also perform internationally. electric violin. >> this is a very neat style of the instrument. yamaha. >> it is really neat.
you have a concert coming up on wednesday. are you looking forward to that? >> yes. >> he has a cap on. he likes the style of it. very good. we will hear him play coming up in just a few minutes. we are starting out rain free. we may even see the sun breaking out towards the afternoon. tomorrow is looking dry. we will talk about some rain chances wednesday and thursday. it is always good to get the rain back in. talk aboute back and the events for the celebration and here's some music. >> 6;47. 57 degrees at bwi thurgood marshall airport. >> haunted houses are turning up
on the bridge where he proposed using the arm of a zombie. she said yes. the zombies all cheered. you know the zombie cheer. >> ok. whent forget your pets dressing up for halloween. they have character costumes for darth vader and more. sushi are expected to fly off the shelves this year as well. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> stan is going to be bacon man. that is a new costume. things are pretty quiet this morning. that is a nice change. 57 at the airport with some cloud cover. we will see some sunshine.
we expect a high temperature around 67 degrees. feet ifghts one to two you try boating this afternoon. >> good morning. still tracking a few accidents. we start along 450. it is closed along south haven road. as youror 216 alternate. we have an accident at windsor mill road and lord baltimore drive on the west side. 11 minutes on the north side. not as much volume today. this is southbound 95 coming into the fort mchenry. the harbort on tunnel. that is the latest on traffic
tracking. 450 remains-- route closed in anne arundel county. we have a crash in windsor mill road on lowered baltimore drive. 55 miles per hour coming down from the pikesville region. traffic at the fort mchenry is building just a bit. problem free on the j.f.x. into town, 50 miles per hour. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning. we will finally get a break from the wet weather pattern. there is a little cloud cover to start the day. 57 at the airport. 54 degrees at chestertown. here is the setup. we have high pressure in new england.
we have a low-level wind going. some of the water is starting to pile up on the western shore. flood advisories are in effect. the high tides may come in a foot above normal. that situation will dissipate as soon as the wind shifts. there are a few sprinkles along that fund in the mountains. i think we will have dry weather today even though we are starting out with some cloud cover early this morning. becoming partly to mostly sunny this afternoon. high temperature between 65 and 70 degrees. it should be a nice day tomorrow. the clouds come back later this week. this is not going to be like the last system. highs around 70.
saturday looks like the best day and a chance for some showers on sunday. ava marie is in owings mills with a little bit of a concert. >> that is coming up. electric violin. this is all part of a weeklong celebration at the jewish community center in owings mills to celebrate 25 years after the big march on washington. many of these people have benefited from that march. you are talking about the many things people can attend. >> there are so many events for people to attend. there will be a performance on wednesday. >> many of the seniors did benefit from the big march that took place. there is also a vodka tasting.
, the on theving rocks thursday night at the congregation. please fell free to bring your entire family to celebrate this wonderful event with our russian comedian from new york. >> people can find this information on your website. >> you can see all the information and register. >> we will get this started. he is a concert artist. amazing sound. ♪
i do not know if that is coming through the camera but it is an amazing sound. he will be performing wednesday. this is a weeklong celebration and you're invited to take part. ava marie, wbal-tv 11 news. >> doug gansler takes the next step in his campaign when he announces his running mate. it would be jolene ivey, according to "the washington post." details onon has this developing story. >> good morning. doug gansler will announce his running mate in baltimore later today. there are accusations that he
disregarded the law while in state vehicles. the reports were printed in "the washington post." several documents alleged he ordered troopers to speed and use lights and sirens to bypass traffic on the shoulder. the campaign says the matter has been settled and is now being used as a political attack. gansler said in a statement -- "the picture being painted by these documents is not an accurate reflection of reality. i deeply respect the soopers and and the job they do in protecting me and the public. a few of the troopers that provided me rides felt my backseat driving made them uncomfortable, and for that i apologize." a spokesman said the problem began when gansler felt he was being given second-tier or inexperienced troopers. a police spokesman says there are no second-tier troopers
assinged to the executive protection. sarah sampson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police have a suspect in custody following an overnight barricade situation. authorities asked everybody to stay in their homes while police dealt with the situation. police arrested the suspect after 2:00 this morning and lifted the request for residents to stay inside. a store will close for good at the end of the month and he is planning the maryland five cent bottle tax. the owner said the mayor is stubborn and refused to listen to small business leaders. the mayor said she is said the close, but they were struggling financially and not because of the bottle tax.
>> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. we have several accidents. all lanes shut down in anne arundel county at 450. crashound 95, we have a wrapping up. another one at windsor mill road at lord baltimore drive. this is baltimore national pike. 95 towards a fort mchenry looks very well, moving very well. 54 miles per hour on 95 down from the white marsh area. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> good morning. it should turn out to be a nice day today. we are starting out with some cloud cover. a mix of clouds and sun. we are starting out with temperatures in the mid-50's.
>> we have an accident along 450. watch for detours in that location. southbound 95 past the beltway, a brand-new accident causing delays. we have an accident at windsor mill at lord baltimore drive. a nice start on the west side. it is columbus day. >> we are going to break out of this what weather pattern. we are starting with some cloud cover -- wet weather pattern. it will be a nice day tomorrow. enjoy it. todaytop of columbus day,
is national chocolate covered insect day. >> we will play a game. insect or not an insect? any takers. >> grasshoppers, crickets, or ants. >> it is hard to get the barbecue sauce on them. >> i will try a cricket. >> i guess i am ok. >> it is tasty. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. i got a cricket. >> these are raisins. ooledlle